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  1. Lmao savage Gotta love her
  2. A Taipei court on Wednesday ruled in favor of allowing same-sex marriage, paving the way for Taiwan to become the first nation in Asia to legalize same-sex unions and cementing its status as a beacon for LGBT rights. Taiwan’s top court found the country’s Civil Code, which states that only a man and a woman can agree to marry, violated constitutional guarantees. It gave the legislative assembly two years to implement the change. The decision is a victory for Taiwan’s LGBT activists, who have fought for decades for marriage equality, inspiring similar struggles across Asia and around the world. Wayne Lin, chairperson of Taiwan Tongzhi Hotline Association, an influential nongovernmental organization, called it a “milestone” for Taiwan. It is also a milestone for the region, gay rights activists said. “Without a doubt, Taiwan is walking in front of other Asian countries on this,” said Ying Xin, executive director of Beijing LGBT Center. “This is significant for all of Asia.” Taiwan has long been seen as a leader on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. While Indonesia arrests and beats gay people, Singapore criminalizes gay sex and the People’s Republic of China cracks down on LGBT organizing, Taiwan has taken steps toward equality. Gender and sexual minorities in Taiwan still face stigma and discrimination, but school textbooks extol equality, gays and lesbians serve openly in the military and Taipei’s annual gay pride parade draws revelers from every corner of the earth. Taiwanese often credit this to the country’s syncretic mix of cultural influences, from indigenous groups, to Dutch and Japanese colonizers, to folk practices carried across the Taiwan strait. Source
  3. Last year Apple gifted its employees with a limited edition rainbow Apple Watch band to honor the San Francisco Pride parade. Now Apple has made its special ‘Pride Edition’ Woven Nylon band available for all customers to order. The new Pride Edition Apple Watch band is available in both 38mm and 42mm options for the usual $49 price for Woven Nylon. The Pride Edition Apple Watch band appears to only be available through Apple. Source
  4. Britney Spears, Selena Gomez, Barbra Streisand and Many More Share Love Letters to the LGBTQ Community A beautiful gesture from Billboard and I'm in tears from some of these letters. I'm grateful to the faves that took the time to write something, thank you Britney, Christina, Selena, and Sia (among others). The Letters June 1st kicks off Billboard’s month long 30 Days of Pride, an initiative to highlight LGBTQ Pride Month. To celebrate, some of the biggest names in music have penned heartfelt love letters to the LGBTQ community, thanking them for both their strength and support. “Your stories are what inspire me, bring me joy and make me and my sons strive to be better people," shared Britney Spears in her specially handwritten letter. Barbra Streisand reflected on some of her earliest memories as a performer: “The first time I ever sang for a paying audience was at a gay club, The Lion, in Greenwich Village. I was 18 years old and had never been in a nightclub before. The gay community supported me from the start, and I will always be grateful.” Sia, Christina Aguilera, Selena Gomez, Elton John, Celine Dion, Kelly Clarkson, Kacey Musgraves, RuPaul and Melissa Etheridge are among the 70+ musicians and LGBTQ activists who shared messages for this special project. Check them all out here.
  5. Good on him for being honest. It might help end some of the stigma surrounding HIV.
  6. The RuPaul's Drag Race winner took to Twitter to speak from experience and discuss how drag queens are used by celebrities and brands. Chachki's thread comes off the heels of unsubstantiated rumors of rap group Migos demanding that drag queens be removed from their Saturday Night Live performance with Katy Perry. source
  7. TORONTO — The latest Canada Post stamp commemorating Canada's 150th birthday pays tribute to the fact that same-sex couples have the right to get married in this country. The agency unveiled the stamp in Toronto on Tuesday at a local centre that serves as a hub for the city's LGBTQ community. * I love the design and maple-leaf shape
  8. Tom Daley And Dustin Lance Black Got Married Quintessential twink and Olympic diver, Tom Daley, (22) married Oscar-winning screenwriter, Dustin Lance Black, (42) at a hotel in Britain. The couple, who started dating in 2013 and got engaged in 2015, married in front of just 50 friends and family in an intimate wedding at the lavish golf resort. They vowed to spend the rest of their lives together in a lavish wedding ceremony at Bovey Castle, near Plymouth, Devon on Saturday. And Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black took to their Instagram pages on Monday morning to excitedly share the first photos from their stunning nuptials. The Olympic diver, 22, uploaded a photo of him and his new husband, 42, walking down the aisle hand-in-hand - sweetly telling fans in the caption that he had finally married 'the love of his life'. Read more
  9. Retired vicar Philip Clements went against Church of England teachings and has married 24-year-old boyfriend Florin Marin. The couple were married at the Ramsgate Registry Office on Tuesday (25 April) in front of two witnesses and TV crews. Currently, Church of England clergy can enter into civil partnerships but are expected to remain celibate. Same-sex marriage is not even an option. When asked why he chose to break this vow, Reverend Clements said he is a ‘human first before a priest.’ The couple have come under fire for the 54 year age difference, but maintain they are happily in love. The pair will settle in Romania. The couple have come under fire for the 54 year age difference, Kylie wishes, Madonna's dead
  10. "German Chancellor Angela Merkel has quizzed Russian President Vladimir Putin on gay rights during her visit to Sochi. She said she had raised the persecution of suspected gay men in Chechnya, a fresh ban on Jehovah’s Witnesses and the arrest of anti-Kremlin activists. “I have, in my talks with the Russian president, indicated how important is the right to demonstrate in a civil society and how important the role of NGOs is,” the veteran chancellor told the media. “I also spoke about the very negative report about what is happening to homosexuals in Chechnya and asked Mr President to exert his influence to ensure that minorities’ rights are protected,” Merkel added. Putin hosted Merkel at his residence in Sochi for her first visit to Russia since May 2015."
  11. Well done Shawn Read more here:
  12. Progesterone during pregnancy appears to influence child's sexuality Mothers treated with progesterone were more likely to have bisexual children. Progesterone is produced by both men and women. In the latter, it is involved in the menstrual cycle and helps fetus development – specifically neural development and the production of sex and steroid hormones. It also helps maintain pregnancies. For this reason, when women are at risk of miscarriage they are often treated with progesterone. Source
  13. Gay men are being rounded up and put into ‘concentration camps’ in the Russian Republic of Chechnya, it has been claimed. Around 100 men have been apprehended in the region and put in the first camps for LGBT people since the Holocaust. Some are believed to have been killed. The majority-Muslim region is said to be using the camps to force homosexuals to promise to leave the republic. Repressions against gay men reportedly began after an application for a gay rights march in the capital of Grozny. The men are reportedly being held in ‘camps’ for gay men and LGBT rights activists are mounting an effort to evacuate them Russian group LGTB Network said: ‘No national and/or religious traditions and norms can justify kidnapping or killing of a human being. ‘Any references to “traditions” to justify kidnappings and killings are amoral and criminal. Adding: ‘The Russian LGBT Network is ready to evacuate people.’ The precarious situation for LGBT men in recent years began with President Putin’s clampdown on gay rights in 2013. Alexander Artemyev from Amnesty International Russia told ‘This case is one of the most difficult we ever dealt with.’ Although the group can not independent verify claims of camps, Artemyev said ‘Given the very homophobic environment and “honour killing” practices in Chechnya it’s almost impossible to get any verified information as people are too afraid to talk. ‘That’s why we have called on Russian authorities to take all measures possible to investigate the allegations made by the Novaya Gazeta informants, meanwhile we make every effort to obtain as much information as we can.’ LGBT rights groups are now trying to expose the ‘camps’ in which gay men are being kept. Svetlana Zakharova, from the Russian LGBT Network, told MailOnline: ‘Gay people have been detained and rounded up and we are working to evacuate people from the camps and some have now left the region.’ Gay men have almost all stated they were taken to a secret prison in Argun, Chechnya, thought to be empty. A young man from Grozny came forward to say his friend was forced to confess to being a homosexual. He said: ‘He was detained by some security officials on suspicion of homosexuality. ‘In order to get the confession, they beat him with a hose and tortured with electricity. ‘He reported that about 30 people were locked in the same room together with him. According to him, the security officials themselves stated that the order came from the leaders of the Republic. ‘The detained were forced to share the contacts of other gay men. The more the person informed, the longer he was detained.’ Another man was ‘detained and tortured for several days’ by security forces. Explosively respected Russian news outlet, NovayaGazeta has published images of two Chechen police officers with the Speaker of the regional Parliament and the chief of the OMVD, security services. It alleges involvement with these senior figures in the Chechen crackdown. Kadyrov (pictured above) believes that there are no homosexuals in Chechnya The leader of Chechnya, Razman Kadyrov, is close to President Putin and introduced so-called Muslim law in the region. Speaking on behalf of the Chechen leader, Ali Karimov, summed up the Government's position, and it's disturbingly blunt: ‘It is impossible to persecute those who are not in the republic.’ Source
  14. Oh boy: a conservative Christian pressure group is claiming same-sex marriage has led to a surge in people trying to marry themselves. The claim comes from anti-LGBT evangelical group Anglican Mainstream and the Coalition For Marriage. It follows confirmed data from the Office for National Statistics on the first same-sex weddings in England and Wales in 2014. Despite same-sex weddings accounting for 2 percent of all weddings in the data pool, the group says equal marriage is a “flop”. And yet they’re concerned that, “the shockwaves of the momentous decision to redefine marriage continue to reverberate around our culture.” Apparently these reverberations have led to people trying to get married to themselves. “Thanks to the redefinition of marriage all manner of future redefinitions are now being advocated.” “Now there are reports of the rise of ‘sologamy’ – people seeking to marry themselves.” They continue: “There’s no doubt sologamy is only promoted by a few individuals. Apparently ‘the idea is to give yourself a commitment that values self-love and self-compassion’.” “This may give someone their day in the limelight, but it is a million miles away from the self-giving, outward-looking nature of marriage.” In spite of its rhetoric and ties to the anti-LGBT lobby, Anglican Mainstream is an influential force within the Church of England’s evangelical wing. Source
  15. Apparently sugar is not a friend of the gays. You see, according to right-wing pastor Lance Wallnau, a gay bar owner was converted after eating a cake prepared by and prayed over by Christians. Right Wing Watch reports that Wallnau made the comments while streaming a video on Periscope last weekend Wallnau explained that “hookers” who used to hang outside the bar were saved by another patron who had found Christianity. Together they “baked a cake for the owner of the bar, who was gay and very adamantly anti-Christian”. They also supposedly prayed over the cake that he would leave the gay life. “It was an anointed cake,” said Wallnau. “And they made the cake and gave it as a gift. And when he ate the cake…the power of God hit him.” Wallnau went on to say the man got baptized, after which “the spirit that was working him got broken off” and he was freed from his homosexual ways. Source
  16. It looks like Beauty And The Beast will have a happy ending in Malaysia after all. The country’s largest cinema chain, Golden Screen Cinemas, tweeted today that the film will be released on March 30 with no cuts and rated PG-13. The news comes after the local censor sought over four minutes of edits “involving a gay moment” which Disney refused. The Mouse postponed the release last week saying the film “has not been and will not be cut for Malaysia.” The movie was then submitted to the Film Appeals Committee, a separate body to the censorship board, which has the power to reverse the board’s decision. It was known that the Committee was screening the film today. There has been no official confirmation from Disney Malaysia, although Golden Screen Cinemas also wrote on its Facebook page, “This is official from Disney. No cuts. PG13. 30 March. GET YOURSELF READY!” Deadline has reached out. The film’s delay in Malaysia arose when censors objected to what’s been referred to as a “gay moment”: Josh Gad’s portrayal of LeFou as smitten with the handsome cad Gaston (Luke Evans). Sex between men is illegal in Malaysia. On screen, gay characters are allowed to be depicted, but only if they show repentance or are portrayed in a negative light. Source:
  17. x #YoutubeIsOverParty is trending worldwide btw
  18. Colton Haynes, 28, formerly of TV's "Teen Wolf," only announced his relationship with florist-to-the-stars Jeff Leatham, 46, on Valentine's Day — and they're already engaged! The actor posted his news on Instagram Sunday, along with a photo of himself and Jeff locking lips in front of some fireworks at Las Ventanas al Paraiso in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. "I SAID YES!!!!" Haynes wrote. Leatham posted the same shot with, "HE SAID YES!!!!" The proposal was turbo-charged by gay icon Cher, who sang a few bars of "I Got You Babe" before Leatham popped the question. "Thank you @cher and @paulettekapauly - for helping making my Proposal Evening Epic - I got you Babe never sounded so good right before @coltonlhaynes said YES!!!!" Leatham wrote on social media. intsagram posts inside article:
  19. in English short: "The Social democrats wants convince its coalition partner the Christdemocrats to legalize gay marriage. Until now the Christdemocrats were against gay marriage including german chancellor Angela Merkel, but there voices in the Christdemocrats that are getting louder to legalize gay marriage including Jens Spahn and Ursula von der Leyen. " Come through, Germany. At least try to hear to your people once